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Three US sailors from the aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt have been diagnosed with the novel coronavirus, the first cases reported on a US Navy ship currently on deployment, officials said on Tuesday.Three US sailors from the aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt have been diagnosed with the novel coronavirus, the first cases reported on a US Navy ship currently on deployment, officials said on Tuesday.

Convid-19: 3 US Sailors On Navy Ship With 5,000 Personnel Onboard Test Positive For Coronavirus

“New toilets on the Navy’s two newest aircraft carriers clog so frequently that the ships’ sewage systems must be cleaned periodically with specialized acids costing about $400,000 a flush https://t.co/z3gyKKfRpz”

Yashar Ali 🐘 on Twitter: "New toilets on the Navy’s two newest aircraft carriers clog so frequently that the ships’ sewage systems must be cleaned periodically with specialized acids costing about $400,000 a flush https://t.co/z3gyKKfRpz"

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“I asked the Navy how many sailors aboard aircraft carrier USS Roosevelt were being evaluated for COVID-19, after 3 sailors tested positive. There are 5K sailors on the ship, meaning 10s to 100s have been in contact with the 3. the response: (1/2)”

paul mcleary on Twitter: "I asked the Navy how many sailors aboard aircraft carrier USS Roosevelt were being evaluated for COVID-19, after 3 sailors tested positive. There are 5K sailors on the ship, meaning 10s to 100s have been in contact with the 3. the response: (1/2)"

“Three U.S. sailors aboard an aircraft carrier operating in the Pacific tested positive for the novel #coronavirus, the Navy said, marking the first time the virus has turned up on a deployed military ship. https://t.co/svGPyUW8NA #COVID19”

Newley Purnell on Twitter: "Three U.S. sailors aboard an aircraft carrier operating in the Pacific tested positive for the novel #coronavirus, the Navy said, marking the first time the virus has turned up on a deployed military ship. https://t.co/svGPyUW8NA #COVID19… https://t.co/ycnnIAxUoQ"

The Navy reported three coronavirus cases aboard the aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt, currently deployed in the Pacific, on Tuesday. These cases markThe Navy reported three coronavirus cases aboard the aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt, currently deployed in the Pacific, on Tuesday. These cases mark

There has been a coronavirus outbreak aboard a deployed US Navy aircraft carrier | Business Insider India

AT LEAST three American sailors have contracted coronavirus while on board their ship.AT LEAST three American sailors have contracted coronavirus while on board their ship.

Coronavirus USA: Three USS Roosevelt sailors get coronavirus | World | News | Express.co.uk

Three sailors have been infected in the first cases on a deployed naval vessel.Three sailors have been infected in the first cases on a deployed naval vessel.

Coronavirus Spreads On U.S. Navy Ship In Pacific Ocean

Three sailors aboard the carrier Theodore Roosevelt tested positive for coronavirus after coming down with symptoms of COVID-19 and have been evacuated from the ship.Three sailors aboard the carrier Theodore Roosevelt tested positive for coronavirus after coming down with symptoms of COVID-19 and have been evacuated from the ship.

Coronavirus strikes Navy carrier at sea, three sailors evacuated

Three U.S. sailors on board the Theodore Roosevelt aircraft carrier in the Pacific tested positive for the coronavirus, U.S. Navy officials said on Tuesday, the first known cases of the virus on board a U.S. military ship at sea.Three U.S. sailors on board the Theodore Roosevelt aircraft carrier in the Pacif...

Three sailors on board U.S. aircraft carrier have coronavirus - Navy - Reuters

The USS Gerald R. Ford is a technological marvel. Its nuclear reactors can enable it to move for 25 years without re-fueling. It uses powerful electro-magnets to hurl aircraft into the sky. It has toilets designed so incredibly poorly that the entire system needs to be unclogged and flushed out with acid, yes acid, on a regular basis, at the cost of $400,000 a pop.The USS Gerald R. Ford is a technological marvel. Its nuclear reactors can enable it to move for 25 years without re-fueling. It uses powerful electro-magnets to hurl aircraft into the sky. It has toilets designed so incredibly poorly that the entire system needs to be unclogged and flushed out with acid, yes acid, on a regular basis, at the cost of $400,000 a pop.

The U.S. Navy's Big Beautiful New Carrier Has Hilariously Messed Up Toilets

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By Tony Capaccio (Bloomberg) — New toilets on the Navy’s two newest aircraft carriers clog so frequently that the ships’ sewage systems must be cleaned periodically with specialized acids costing about $400,000 a flush, according to a new congressional audit outlining $130 billion in underestimated long-term maintenance costs. The Navy isn’t sure the toilet systems on […]

Clogging Toilets on Ford-Class Aircraft Carriers Illustrate Navy Cost Overruns – gCaptain

Despite fears the three sailors could have infected dozens of others, "we are not in a position right now to have to pull that ship in or to take that ship off the front lines," Chief of Naval Operations Adm. Michael Gilday told reporters at the Pentagon.Despite fears the three sailors could have infected dozens of others, "we are not in a position right now to have to pull that ship in or to take that ship off the front lines," Chief of Naval Operations Adm. Michael Gilday told reporters at the Pentagon.

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The ship had its first case of COVID-19 this week, but the sailor did not make it on board.The ship had its first case of COVID-19 this week, but the sailor did not make it on board.

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Three US Navy sailors aboard an aircraft carrier sailing in the Philippine Sea tested positive for the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19), the US Department of Defense or Pentagon confirmed.Three US Navy sailors aboard an aircraft carrier sailing in the Philippine Sea tested positive for the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19), the US Department of Defense or Pentagon confirmed.

3 US sailors aboard warship in Philippine Sea test positive for COVID-19 | Philstar.com

This is the first time that the virus has been detected on a U.S. ship at sea.This is the first time that the virus has been detected on a U.S. ship at sea.

Navy sailors on ship of 5,000 test positive for coronavirus - New York Daily News

Three sailors aboard the aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt which is traveling off of Guam – in the Philippine Sea – were diagnosed with COVID-19 and were evacuated from theThree sailors aboard the aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt which is traveling off of Guam – in the Philippine Sea – were diagnosed with COVID-19 and were evacuated from the

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Ship deployed from San Diego in January, made port call in Vietnam two weeks agoShip deployed from San Diego in January, made port call in Vietnam two weeks ago

3 sailors at sea aboard San Diego-based carrier Theodore Roosevelt test positive for COVID-19 - The San Diego Union-Tribune

Three US sailors from the aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt have been diagnosed with the novel coronavirus, the first cases reported on a US Navy ship currently on deployment, officials said Tuesday. The ship was last in port in Vietnam 15 days ago but Chief of Naval Operations Admiral Mike GildayThree US sailors from the aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt have been diagnosed with the novel coronavirus, the first cases reported on a US Navy ship currently on deployment, officials said Tuesday. The ship was last in port in Vietnam 15 days ago but Chief of Naval Operations Admiral Mike Gilday

Three US sailors test positive for virus on aircraft carrier

Four sailors evacuated from the USS Theodore Roosevelt to Guam for positive indicators of COVID-19 virusFour sailors evacuated from the USS Theodore Roosevelt to Guam for positive indicators of COVID-19 virus

4 sailors with COVID-19 evacuated from USS Theodore Roosevelt to Guam